Understanding How What You Want Wants You Too
Updated: Dec 23, 2022
Hello beautiful soul!
I just had a huge epiphany and instantly rushed to share this ethereal download with you.
Today I want to discuss the universal rule of "what you want wants you too" as it pertains to the law of attraction.
Every so often, I read Abraham Hicks quotes that appear on my Pinterest feed and save the ones I like. A phrase that I have frequently seen occur on both my Pinterest feed and within the law of attraction community is "what you want wants you too."
I always wanted to understand how that worked, but I was never able to find an explanation anywhere.
However, just now, as this phrase popped up on my Pinterest feed again, it hit me like a ton of bricks.
I get it now.
So without further ado, I am going to share with you how this works.
The first thing you must understand is that we live in an abundant universe of infinite possibilities, where everything is connected.
I repeat, everything is connected.
You, and I, and everyone and everything in this world are fragments of the universe that belong to a greater whole.
And as we go about living this 3D experience, everyone is inspired to have different desires at different times.
In other words, not everyone wants the same thing at the same time.
And this variation of inspired desires contributes to the ebb and flow of this universe while fitting together like a puzzle piece.
Here's an example of what I mean:
Let's say you set the intention to randomly get $1000 from a stranger.
You may think, why on earth would anyone want to give me $1000!?
It may sound crazy from your limited perspective, but trust that for some reason, there is someone out there who has been has been led to the point where they would want to give a stranger $1000.
Maybe they're shooting a YouTube video that will earn them tons of money because everyone wants to see a random person get $1000. Or maybe they're making money by hosting a game show where the prize is $1000.
Maybe they're a really rich person who wants to feel good by performing a random act of kindness.
It doesn't matter.
The point is that they are also benefitting from partaking in what you want.
What you want wants you too, because in this inter-connected universe, there are countless other people whose own desires align with yours.
So when you make a wish to the universe, know that you are not unjustly taking something that belongs to anyone else. We live in an abundant universe, with infinite possibilities, which means there are unlimited resources that are happy to come to you in a myriad of ways.
There is enough of everything to go around for everyone, and it is natural for us to live in a balance of give and take.
It feels good to give as it feels good to receive. So when you allow yourself to receive from others, you can think of it as giving someone else the gift of giving.
Or you can remember that one man's trash is another man's treasure, so sometimes the very thing you want is the thing someone else is happy to get rid of.
Trust that even though you can't think of a reason why, the universe sees things you don't see and knows things you don't know, and it is natural to allow your desires to flow to you.
For you are also their desire, and they are hoping to find you.